St James Medical Centre-   Flu clinics 2020-2021-Changes 

Eligibility criteria has been  widened this year.  Those at greatest risk will have priority for vaccine with those at lesser risk  (i.e those aged 50-64 without other health conditions)  likely to be vaccinated from November.   Therefore those aged over 65 , with long term conditions, pregnant etc should arrange appointments as soon as available.

Parking may be limited, please allow time to find a space

Appointments will be by arrangement ( No open clinics this year) and eligibility will be checked at the time of booking. 

All patients will be given an appointment time, these have been carefully planned to ensure social distancing.  Please do not enter the building until your appointment time slot.
Please wear a face covering.

On arrival please book in with reception and join the queue at the marked intervals. 

Please observe the floor markings and signage and queue 2 meters apart.

No seating will be available in the waiting room.

Please wear suitable clothing that can easily be arranged to allow  for the vaccination. 

Only one patient at a time in the clinic room. 

The sessions will be for flu vaccination only, there will be no opportunity for other vaccines at this time or further discussion at this appointment though further appointments (telephone or face to face as appropriate) can be made 

There will be a one way system in operation and exit will be via the back door only.


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